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People who ignore their doctor’s advice about timely cancer testing have poorer outcomes, study finds

09:39 EDT 13 Sep 2019 | MinnPost

In the study, the youngest patients (aged 18 to 29) and the oldest (aged 85 and older) had the highest proportion of appointment no-shows.

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